Shifting too much capacity from unprofitable long-haul routes to North Atlantic networks could cause a drop in yield, Air France chairman and CEO Alexandre de Juniac said on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Miami. “Everywhere in the world we are seeing an increase in capacity, especially on routes over the North Atlantic, but [there are also] large outstanding aircraft orders,” he said, adding, “Overcapacity is affecting a drop in yield for everyone.” De Juniac said ...

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